Shannon Brown

#26SG,
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 215
Born:
College: Michigan State
Birth Place: Maywood, Illinois
Draft: 2006 1st round (25th pick) by the
  • LeBron James on seventh straight NBA Finals appearance: It's 'great for my legacy'
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    LeBron James on seventh straight NBA Finals appearance: It's 'great for my legacy'

    Three-time NBA champion LeBron James said earlier in the playoffs he has nothing left to prove as far his NBA legacy, citing two titles with the Miami Heat and coming home to bring one to Cleveland as his biggest critic-silencers. But even he'll admit another appearance in the NBA Finals -- an unprecedented seventh-straight -- is a resume-booster if there were one. "I think it's going to be great for my legacy, once I'm done playing the game and can look back on the game and say, 'Oh, this guy went to three straight Finals, four straight Finals, five, six whatever,'" James told ESPN. "I think it's great to be talked about, see what I was able to accomplish as an individual." Perhaps most impressive

  • Jared Dudley says Blake Griffin could sign with Heat
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    Jared Dudley says Blake Griffin could sign with Heat

    The NBA Finals haven’t even started, and we’re already hearing rumors of a potential huge free agent Miami Heat signing. In an interview on Kevin Arnovitz’s The Basketball Analogy podcast, Jared Dudley said that his former teammate Blake Griffin could sign with the Heat. However, Dudley said that he thinks both Griffin and Chris Paul will ultimately remain with the Los Angeles Clippers. Dudley also mentioned that the injury-prone Griffin could sign a five-year, $175 million contract with the Clippers -- should they offer him the max — while the most another team could offer is a four-year, $130 million contract. “He could go to Miami, can be the man….and you’ve got no state (income) tax…but that

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    Ranking former Syracuse Orange Basketball players in the NBA

    Ennis is best known for his time at Syracuse for his half-court shot to beat Pittsburgh. Ennis was known as a smart, pass first point guard, who had lackluster athletic ability but was able to get into the right spots to make plays. His athletic ability has caught up with him in the NBA, and he has struggled to get minutes. With the Lakers this past season, Ennis averaged 11.1 minutes per game, and was able to net 4.3 points per game while shooting 43% from the field. Ennis was never an elite three point shooter, but shot 38% from downtown last year. Ennis averaged only 0.8 rebounds per game, and 1.6 assists per game. Ennis will never be the Kyrie Irving playmaker type of point guard, but can